Below are links to sources of Canadian socioeconomic data. When using numeric information, remember that using another’s charts, statistics etc without acknowledgment is plagiarism. To avoid plagiarism, make sure the reasoning and argument of your paper are your own and that outside sources are properly credited. For citation guidelines, the Simon Fraser University guide for citing data products is very useful.
- Bank of Canada: Includes research and statistics on exchange rates, price indexes and more.
- CANSIM [Statistics Canada]: More than 25 million socioeconomic time series updated daily, a major access point for Canadian economic, industrial, and business information.
- Canadian Industry Statistics [Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada]
- Crime and Justice Statistics [Statistics Canada]
- Financial Performance Data [Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada]: View financial data based on industry averages
- Juristat [Statistics Canada]:Statistics and analysis on topics and issues in Canada’s justice system.
- Open Data Canada: Includes thousands of easily accessible data sets
- Nova Scotia Open Data Portal